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Victor Kleinman serves as managing partner, Global BioPharmaceutical Practice for DHR International operating out of the firm's Palm Beach, Fla. office. Read more >
Victor Kleinman serves as managing partner, Global BioPharmaceutical Practice for DHR International operating out of the firm's Palm Beach, Fla. office.
Prior to joining DHR, Victor was Managing Partner for the Global Life Sciences Practice at Nosal Partners LLC, where he also served as Managing Partner for the firm's Jupiter, Florida office. He led a broad range of global senior-level executive search, benchmarking, and competitive intelligence projects on behalf of life sciences companies during this time.
Victor began his executive search career in 1983 and has led executive searches throughout North America, as well as in China, Europe, and Japan. He is known for his substantial repeat business and highly consultative deliverables encompassing a diverse and varied clientele. The clientele includes top-ten global pharmaceutical companies, medical device companies, diagnostic companies, venture capital firms, private equity firms, and start-up/early-stage companies.
Victor has delivered executive talent in support of numerous global blockbuster drugs and products. He has also worked closely with many early-stage companies in the recruitment of senior leadership teams, extending his involvement and collaboration across every stage of organizational growth, including successful IPOs and product approval/product launches.
Prior to his position with Nosal Partners LLC, Victor served as Managing Director for the Global Life Sciences Division of Solomon-Page Group. His earlier search career includes tenures with Stevenson Group and Daniel Silverstein Associates.
Victor holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business from Florida State University and resides in Jupiter, Florida. < Read less
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LOCATIONPalm Beach | North America
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